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How to confront disinformation during #LGE2021

South Africa's municipal elections will be held on November 1, 2021. Elections are usually a time where misinformation and fake news abound....

The City of Cape Town passed the Unlawful Occupation by-law

The City of Cape town’s draft Unlawful Occupation by-law passed on September 29. It also updated and passed the Streets, Public Places...

Understanding Policing at a local government level

On September 18, hundreds of people marched in protest against the COVID-19 vaccines, in Seapoint, Cape Town.  The South African Police Service...

What do mayors and councillors earn?

On November 1, South Africans will head to the polls to vote in the local government elections. Voters will be voting to...

Scorecard for #LGE2021party manifestos

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Democratic Alliance (DA), and the Good Party have published their manifestos. Election campaigning has kicked into high...

The List: Five myths about the 2021 local elections

South Africa's municipal elections will be held on November 1, 2021. People will vote to elect councils for all district, metropolitan and...

By-laws that govern urban farming need to find common ‘soil’ for...

Djo BaNkuna aka “The Cabbage Bandit” was threatened with arrest for having a vegetable garden on the pavement in front of his...

The City of Johannesburg has lost two mayors this year

The City of Johannesburg's mayor, Jolidee Matongo died in a car crash on September 18, aged 46. 

The List: 5 times South African celebrities went into politics

Politicians are highly visible and famous in their own right. But entertainers and sportspeople are the original celebrities. The political landscape in...

2021 Local Elections: Everything you need to know

South Africa will most likely head to the polls on November 1 for the local government elections. Here’s everything you need to...

Makhanda and the future of service delivery protests in SA

In Makhanda, between May and June, protestors shut down roads, and other access points. They were protesting jobs and decent services. In...
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